George Santos blasts law breakers in Brazil … and Twitter has thoughts

George Santos (Photo: YouTube)

Supporters of Brazil’s defeated President Jair Bolsonaro yesterday stormed the nation’s congress, the presidential palace and the supreme court docket. They declare the election was rigged.

Security forces managed to retake all three buildings in Brasilia round three hours after the protests started. The entire affair was eerily paying homage to the January sixth revolt in Washington DC following President Trump’s defeat.

Leading figures in Brazil and elsewhere have condemned the violent protests. US President Joe Biden condemned the “assault on democracy and on the peaceful transfer of power in Brazil”.

Newly-elected GOP Rep. George Santos thought it smart so as to add his voice to the refrain of criticism.

In his persevering with efforts to behave like he’s a daily lawmaker, Santos – who was born to Brazilian dad and mom – spoke out in opposition to the rioting.

“The violence in Brazil is not the way to achieve anything, I vehemently condemn the acts of violence and vandalism displayed in Brasilia today,” he tweeted.

Wanted in Brazil

Santos has admitted he lied when operating for workplace. He made up chunks of his résumé regarding his training, profession and property possession. Claims his grandparents fled the holocaust and the extent of his “Jew-ish” ancestry have additionally been questioned.

What’s not disputed is that prosecutors in Brazil investigated Santos following the theft of a checkbook in 2008. The checkbook was used to buy $700 of things in a clothes retailer.

Related: George Santos: Brazil needs to reopen case over stolen checkbook

Santos confronted fees of embezzlement in a Brazilian court docket in 2011. However, in 2013, the case was archived after court docket summons went unanswered. Authorities have been unable to find Santos. They lately indicated, after Santos hit the headlines in New York, they could need to query him once more.

Unsurprisingly, Santos’ newest tweet prompted an enormous response. Some advised he go to Brazil himself.

Trying to show the web page

Last week, GOP Representatives struggled repeatedly to elect a speaker. After Kevin McCarthy was lastly elected on Friday, Santos and different new lawmakers have been sworn in.

Although he faces federal and native investigations into his dishonesty, Santos issued an announcement Saturday morning indicating he has no plans to step apart.

“I am committed to serving the people of New York’s 3rd Congressional District and finding solutions to solve tough problems,” the scandal-hit, homosexual Rep. stated.

“The work begins as we speak, and I’m decided to work with each Republicans and Democrats and help sound coverage that can present funding for native regulation enforcement, and lowering inflation.

“Now is the time to place political variations apart, cease the finger pointing, and begin delivering outcomes.

“The work of Congress is not about my personal life,” Santos stated. “This is about delivering results for my constituents, finding bipartisan solutions, and reversing abysmal policies that have caused some of the worst inflation and crime in our nation’s history.”

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